"This Diabeted panel will give the insight of the following test
Fasting Blood Sugar Test (FBS)
Fasting blood sugar test measures the value of blood glucose at a specific time. To get the accurate value it is recommended to take a blood test in the morning on an empty stomach. To get accurate results do not eat or drink food except water for 8-10 hours before the test.
Post-Prandial Blood Sugar (PPBS)
Post-prandial blood sugar test is measured after two hours of eating any meal and blood sugar values more than 200mg/dl indicates diabetes mellitus.
HbA1C (Glycosylated Hemoglobin Test)
The HbA1C is a test that gives you the measure of average blood glucose levels over a period of last 3 months. You need not fast before the test as the test measure glucose attached to the part of red blood cells. This test is more accurate and gives a good indication of your average blood glucose level over the last 2-3 months."
8-9 Hrs fasting needed
HBA1C Reference Range:4.0-5.6%
<18 years: Hemoglobin A1c criteria for diagnosing diabetes have not been established for patients who are <18 years of age.
> or =18 years: Increased risk for diabetes (prediabetes): 5.7-6.4%
Diabetes: > or =6.5%
Fasting Blood Sugar Refernce Range:
> or =126 mg/dL after an 8-hour fast
Post Parndial Sugar Reference Range
Type of sample to be collected